Ever have one of those days where you want to kill people? Page 4

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  • LionheartDJH 25 Feb 2011 18:54:57 19,518 posts
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    Trafford wrote:
    Yes, one of those days. So good, I've got a disciplinery on Tuesday at 1100 :(

    For your poor spelling?

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  • Trafford 25 Feb 2011 18:58:13 5,927 posts
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  • Trafford 25 Feb 2011 19:01:09 5,927 posts
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    Yes, that's it.
  • LionheartDJH 25 Feb 2011 19:01:57 19,518 posts
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    Tough break man.

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  • smoothpete 25 Feb 2011 19:36:37 31,695 posts
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    So yeah, still having one of those days


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  • Rusty_M 27 Feb 2011 14:05:27 4,864 posts
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    Had one of those days on Thursday! Really not like me, but at about 16:30 my mood changed for no reason. If anyone had spoken to me on the way home from work or in the Supermarket, it would've got ugly...
    And I'd have had the shit kicked out of me, as I'm not exactly a big guy.

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  • Deleted user 27 February 2011 14:11:43
    All the fucking time but the voices in my head tell me not to do it.
  • TechnoHippy 27 Feb 2011 14:16:22 14,719 posts
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    espibara wrote:
    All the fucking time but the voices in my head tell me not to do it.

    They're lying to you.

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  • smoothpete 10 Oct 2012 09:47:48 31,695 posts
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    Bump

    Yup it's time for one of those days. Everyone can FUCK OFF.
  • Toonster 10 Oct 2012 09:53:42 6,845 posts
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    Feeling rough, smooth?

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  • Salaman 10 Oct 2012 09:57:52 19,446 posts
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    Think happy thoughts Pete. Squirrels with fluffy tales. Outings in Amsterdam, ...
  • smoothpete 10 Oct 2012 09:59:45 31,695 posts
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    I'm not unhappy as such, just fucked off
  • SClaw 10 Oct 2012 10:02:04 826 posts
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    You know I felt like starting a thread like this yesterday. I should have expected one already existed!

    I blame city working. When I was country bumpkin nothing bothered me. Now-a-days walking down the road makes me want to Hulk out (and I would, but I can’t find purple trousers anywhere) and smash people’s faces in.

    Don’t check facebook on your bloody iphone while walking then look at me all snooty when you bump into me!!! GRRR!!!
  • smoothpete 10 Oct 2012 10:29:02 31,695 posts
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    Ha. Just caught someone in a lie at work. That's cheered me up a bit.
  • Deleted user 10 October 2012 10:41:24
    I had one of those 'I want to kill people' days on Sunday. I was invited to a Nando's thing after work, which was surprising as I don't really socialise much with the people that invited me.

    I decided to go as a 'Be part of the team' thing. The second I sat down I really didn't want to be there. Everyone was bitching about everyone who wasn't there, it was like I was sitting at the kiddy table. I made my excuses and left.

    I was there for less than 10 minutes. It's funny how people have a complete personality change after work. I'm still waiting for the fallout when I turn up to work.

    Edited by Fantomex at 10:42:24 10-10-2012
  • Razz 10 Oct 2012 11:29:55 61,574 posts
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    You need to make some cannabutter.
    One tiny knob spread frugly on a slice of toast in the morning of a shit day is all you need. By the time you get to work you are the most chillax you'll ever be, all the negativitey gone, and it lasts for about 8 hours. Though I admit. you won't be as productive! But I was able to find a dosage that work for me to be used as an effective anti-irritant.

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  • sport 10 Oct 2012 11:34:10 12,798 posts
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    Are you ever NOT high, Razz?
  • Razz 10 Oct 2012 11:37:57 61,574 posts
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    LOL, not for a couple of months now, but it was a bit part of my life for over a decade so I tend to talk about weed a lot.

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  • SClaw 10 Oct 2012 12:04:23 826 posts
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    I once, stupidly, went on a massive drug deal in New York. In my defence they didn’t tell me that was the evening’s event until after I got in the car. In fact I hadn’t really worked it out (“we’re just getting some weed” oh ok, they must mean a little baggy or something) until (after many strange stops and conversations) someone in a car with blacked out windows handed a bag over in a very dark carpark, which I was then told to have a look in. I didn’t know weed came in fucking house bricks.

    Anyway… back on topic…

    @Fantomex I’m one of the people who never goes but definitely gets talked about too. That’s never bothered me though. Outside of office hours I don’t spare a single thought for the units who I vaguely work with (in the same place as anyway, I technically just share an office with them… complex).

    Yesterday’s rage incident, as it happens, was not the generic iphone bumping I mentioned which induced murder in me. It was actually a big line of teenage girls walking along, refusing to move out of the way even the slightest. I’m not walking in the gutter for anyone, so with my loudest “excuse me” I just blasted right though. When one of them turned around and called me a twat I very nearly lost my shit. Seems a bit petty now I’ve cooled off though.
  • MetalDog 10 Oct 2012 12:14:42 23,864 posts
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    I'm the same way SClaw. I too blame the city, there's just too many people, too close, too much noise and too much stink to stay sane. I really should run away and live in a forest or something.

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  • SClaw 10 Oct 2012 12:18:34 826 posts
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    MetalDog wrote:
    I'm the same way SClaw. I too blame the city, there's just too many people, too close, too much noise and too much stink to stay sane. I really should run away and live in a forest or something.
    When I was much, much younger my parents would drag me to this one campsite all the time. There was a guy who lived there – a little away from the main site in a forestry bit – in a wood cabin making clocks. At the time I thought he was a creepy murderer but looking back now I realise he was awesome. I also want a cabin in the woods where children fear to go, yet adults make them… because fancy clocks you guys!
  • Razz 10 Oct 2012 12:39:08 61,574 posts
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    Not a murderer but he might be a Wider Blutbad. Consult with your local Grimm.

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  • JoeBlade 10 Oct 2012 13:29:14 2,615 posts
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    SClaw wrote:
    It was actually a big line of teenage girls walking along, refusing to move out of the way even the slightest.
    I never understood this yet everyone in the whole fucking world seems to be that rude. Walking abreast leaving no room for others and refusing to budge, suddenly stopping or walking sideways without bothering to look whether there's anyone walking behind them, all that shite.

    I swear there's something about public spaces that makes people immediately lose all consideration for everyone around them as soon they set foot in them.

    /killing spree
  • Razz 10 Oct 2012 13:41:48 61,574 posts
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    See, I used to angry about that. But then I'd catch myself turning or walking sideways without looking first, and realised that I was sometimes guilty of the same thing :/ I reckon we all are.

    Though I will say that some types of people will do it pretty much all the time, i.e teengagers, self important wanker adults, large families out shopping (this one I'm usually more forgiving about, don't envy parents at all)

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  • SClaw 10 Oct 2012 13:59:46 826 posts
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    @Razz You're absolutely right, which is why looking back now I feel stupid for being so angry at the time. But I was really, really angry at the time.

    There may be some irony in that. Perhaps my own self-importance (“don’t they know I’ve got places to be, all blocking up my route”) is pretty much equal to their self-absorption.
  • Razz 10 Oct 2012 14:12:04 61,574 posts
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    That's a good point, but social decorum dictates that if you politely ask a group blocking the pavement to step aside it should be honoured.

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  • RedSparrows 10 Oct 2012 15:35:54 23,855 posts
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    I don't feel it's 'I am so important, get out of my way', it's more people's lack of recognition of others' position and intent.

    What trouble is it for me to let someone past? Etc etc etc.

    I have a pretty relaxed life, which helps.
  • robthehermit 10 Oct 2012 16:26:28 4,245 posts
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    I get pretty pissed off most days. Fortunately I have my own office, so I can blast some tunes out and forget everyone else exists for a bit.

    It's also great working 5 minutes from home, as it means that when the day is over, I can be sat on the sofa watching Masterchef Australia with a cup of tea within 10 minutes of clocking off.

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  • MightyMetalMonkey 10 Oct 2012 17:35:26 600 posts
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    People, they're to blame.

    Shouldn't we change the thread title to "Ever have one of those days when you didn't want to kill people..."
  • Moot_Point 10 Oct 2012 18:08:42 4,492 posts
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    Razz wrote:
    See, I used to angry about that. But then I'd catch myself turning or walking sideways without looking first, and realised that I was sometimes guilty of the same thing :/ I reckon we all are.

    Though I will say that some types of people will do it pretty much all the time, i.e teengagers, self important wanker adults, large families out shopping (this one I'm usually more forgiving about, don't envy parents at all)
    Funny, i tend to give way on the pavement. Many people thank me, even if i have to move into the road (on coming traffic side only. remember your country code kids!)

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